Hotel Parque 97 Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Früh morgens machte ich mich auf in Richtung des Flughafens. Dort angekommen wollte ich so rasch wie möglich meinen Rucksack aufgeben damit ich diesen nicht länger rumtragen musste. Beim Schalter der Airline fragte mich die Frau nach einem Ausreiseticket aus Suriname. Ohne ein solches Ticket dürfe Mann nicht einreisen. Auf meiner Reise hatte ich bis anhin nie die Einreise Vorschriften der Länder betrachtet. Bei ...
... noisy, but it was a good excursion. On the way back we we went to a meat BBQ place for lunch which was good! Back in Bogota we walked around for a while and then headed out to a restaurant / club called Andrés Carne de Res. It is a cross between a circus, a club a restaurant with weird and wonderful decor, acts, good food and dancing on tables. Really interesting night but took ages getting back and were back at ...
We were up at 4:45 am to catch out flight from BA to Bogota Colombia.
We checking in at the airport and had a great flight on Avianca (the
We had a very short transit time in Bogota to
get thru immigration and to our domestic flight to Cartagena...of only
45 minutes..we had to rush off the plan but hit a massive immigration
line up it was looking like an hour. But ...
... dropped so much. We found the supermarket along one of the pedestrian streets and got a few things we needed and some stuff for lunch, avocado, tomato and fresh grain bread. On the way back to the hostel we walked into the money museum. The money museum was really interesting and certainly explained why the countries economy is so stuffed. Up until not all that long ago every bank had and used it's own currency. It's only recently that a president changed the laws to create a ...
... particularly high. The journey up was relatively quick, and once atop the mountain it was clear to see quite how big Bogota actually was. A sprawling mass of buildings and cityscape as far as the eye could see. It was a bit of a local tourist spot at the top, which is to be expected I guess, and we didn’t stick around for too long. We opted against a taxi to Candeleria, and walked there instead in about 20 minutes - past the city University and through ...